Mental Health and Life Check-In

I've been quiet lately, and there is a reason. Life is hard. I've been experiencing severe issues with my mental illnesses. I don't really want to talk in depth about it, but I'm managing. I was let go from my job at the beginning of the year, and I've been spiraling. (I wasn't let go … Continue reading Mental Health and Life Check-In

9 TED Talks to Broaden Your Horizons

Header photo: "TED stage logo from Flickr (cropped)" by Juliana Rotich on Flickr is licensed under CC BY 2.0 By: Dani Kessel TED Talks are some of my favorite videos available on the internet. Experts from all backgrounds and experiences come together for the sake of learning, educating each other, and promoting growth in the … Continue reading 9 TED Talks to Broaden Your Horizons

6 Ways to Kick Boredom’s A**

We’re on day 297 of the COVID-19 global pandemic (as of writing this on 2 Jan 2020) and many people are finally starting to get bored. They’re running out of ideas on things to do. They’re wishing they could be outside or with others. If you’re experiencing this, buckle up. I compiled six ways to … Continue reading 6 Ways to Kick Boredom’s A**

7 Tips for Coping With Rejection

In the 2004 movie “Win A Date With Tad Hamilton,” the bartender named Angelica gives this nugget of wisdom that stuck with me ever since. She says, “As my father told me when I said I’d never get that job in a bar, ‘Honey, your odds go up when you file an application.’” The fact … Continue reading 7 Tips for Coping With Rejection

Confessions of a Writer/Editor

As a professional writer and editor, many people have misconceived or glamourised notions about my job. I’ve heard everything from, “You must make so much money!” to “Your job is so easy,” to “You know Stephen King, right?” (Because apparently all writers, even miniscule writers like me, know every single writer alive.) In response to … Continue reading Confessions of a Writer/Editor

12 Newsies Quotes to Fuel the Fighter in All of Us

Millennials and Gen-Zers inherited a myriad of social, political, and environmental problems that we never asked for. We’re coping with gun violence, wildfires, global warming, a global pandemic, and an increasingly dystopian world. Many of us feel angry and ignored. Capitalism and big businesses don’t care about us, treating us as dispensable. Our voices are … Continue reading 12 Newsies Quotes to Fuel the Fighter in All of Us

Debunking Asexuality Myths

I've been working on this new debunking article for a long time. It's finally ready! This past week was asexual awareness week. The sexuality is wildly misunderstood and forgotten. The asexuals, pansexuals, and bisexuals have a (painful) running joke that we're all invisible sexualities in the LGBTQPIA+ community. As I've already debunked bisexual myths and … Continue reading Debunking Asexuality Myths

Masturbation Pointers for People With Vulvas (NSFW)

Originally posted on Girl On the Go (formerly, Love Geeky Girl) [My articles are a sex-positive, trans-inclusive, queer-inclusive space. Please keep the comments section welcoming and friendly. No hate or erasure of identities will be tolerated. If you are unhappy with the inclusive language I use, you are welcome to click off this page.] Flicking … Continue reading Masturbation Pointers for People With Vulvas (NSFW)